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    New York City

    858 reviews

    The Best City In The WORLD!!! There is nothing you can't find here... Great Food...Entertainment...Museums...Nightlife...Fashion...NYC Has it all!!

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    New Orleans

    430 reviews

    New Orleans is my favorite city in the US, and we've been to a lot of cities. It's friendly, open and the culture is so unique. I'm proud to be from a country that produced such an odd and fascinating place and people. There's so much to do here and nearby, indoors and out, so much good food, vegan and ...

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    990 reviews

    I don't really know much about Chicago, in that I've only been there twice. But the two times I was there, I couldn't help but notice that certain parts of the city were very interesting, while others not so much. I'm looking forward to an extended visit this year were I will be in a better position to make a ...

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    94 reviews

    Savannah is great historical city that can take you from the early times of the colonies to civil war through civil rights movement. with great views along the downtown harbor.

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    237 reviews

    Portland is an eclectic city with lots of outdoors activities. Rent a bike and tour down the esplanade or have some free fun jumping in the Salmon Street Springs. It is easily walkable for a day tour or you can hop on the light rail to get a broader look. There are many cheap eat options with plenty of food ...

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    252 reviews

    This place is full of things to do. So many history, foodieventures and etc. The weather is weird here. Their saying is if you don't like the weather then wait 4(?) minutes... Which is true because it was pouring rain when we were out and about... Then it stopped all of the sudden. Boston is a great place to relax ...

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    Washington, D.C.

    594 reviews

    The nation's capital, Washington D.C. offers a lot to travelers. The mall area is perfect place to start. One of the best places to go is Smithsonian museums in the mall. All are free, open for public. The collections are amazing. The Washington Monument, the White House, the Capital Building... world's most important places is right here.

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    Santa Monica

    137 reviews

    So much fun to play on the gym equipment and hang with the locals

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    151 reviews

    GQ rates Brooklyn the coolest city on the planet. Visit Brooklyn for great food, bars, mom and pop boutiques, and stellar views of Manhattan. Though many parts of Manhattan have been mall-ified, Brooklyn retains its character -- even if the mantra of organic, free range, gluten free, artisinal yada yada can be a bit overbearing. New Jersey doesn't make it ...

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    Santa Cruz

    129 reviews

    Relax at the beach, enjoy the out of the box patrons, and hike around in the forest...all in one day. This is a great place to live or visit. Not big in the commercial scene but definitely in love with the surrounding nature. If you get the chance go and see the butterflies when they are migrating.

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    64 reviews

    The Louvre Museum in Paris (France), one of the largest and most famous museums been on shame on this one !

  • 12


    28 reviews

    The university campus offers a wonderful place to walk or bike. There are museums, galleries, architecture to enjoy.

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    San Francisco

    1960 reviews

    Start with juicy, crispy, herbaceous pork, slow cooked on the rotisserie. Freshly baked bread is on hand - ready for the slicers to sop up the juices that run out of the carved to order meat. Layers of the thinly sliced porchetta are piled high with crunchy cracklings on top. Next comes the sweet onion jam and spicy arugula. Extra ...

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    San Diego

    641 reviews

    There is so much to do in this city... if you have a car! The beach, mountains, Mexico are all so close-by! Try some food, there's every cuisine you can imagine. Hiking, camping, surfing, museums.. you name it San Diego has it!

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    Santa Barbara

    147 reviews

    My older brother lives by UCSB with his family. Its a really fun area whether you're into beach/aquatic activities, partying, or just hanging out with your friends or family- its a great place to live or even visit.

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    San Antonio

    177 reviews

    Travel + Leisure readers have always loved the Alamo city’s chili-sauced Tex-Mex, but some of its emerging barbecue has a cutting-edge style. At the Granary ’Cue & Brew, within the rehabbed Pearl brewery, the menu features classic brisket and house-made sausage, along with grilled quail, root beer–sautéed scallops, and Texas toast glazed with a mixture of brisket drippings, butter, and ...

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    604 reviews

    I visited Seattle this past summer and absolutely love it! Granted, the weather was nice and sunny when I was there, and it's not like that year round, but I'm sure it's beautiful all year round! People are really friendly, city and waterfront is beautiful, air is clean, and food is delicious! I would definitely recommend a visit if you're ...

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    Los Angeles

    497 reviews

    There's SO much to do in LA, go outside of your comfort zone & try something new!

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    Las Vegas

    2071 reviews

    Las Vegas is a city that is surround by many suburbs that make of the city. Las Vegas has really grew by leaps and bounds since 1984. Las Vegas has many different activies other than gambling and recrectanal needs for anyone.

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    35 reviews

    Portsmouth is a big city located by water, but has a charm of small town. Local handcraft shops, independent coffee shops and cute restaurants attract both tourists and locals. As the third oldest cities in USA, there are a lot of historic markers around the city. It is walkable, like many European cities. There are good breweries, such as Portsmouth ...

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